My 15 year old cat has tear duct blockageHello, dear members. I would appreciate if someone that can help would read this post and everything I wrote here and recommend anything that can help.
I took the cat to the vet yesterday. According to the vet, my cat has tear duct blockage in both eyes but there is no eye infection, the eyes look OK, its only the corners of the eye that are wet.. My cat used to suffer from upper respiratory infection last year but this was cured and no problems since then. I started noticing last week, it was very sudden, that the corners of her eyes are wet. I found online that Euphrasia Officinalis can help. Please note that she cannot use any liquid form of homeopathy because the alcohol there is dangerous for cats. My cat can only use homeopathic pallets dissolved in water.I ahve atatched a photo of my cat showing the wet corner of her eye. Thank you for your help.
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shanimaz on 2013-06-07
of water and use a dropper to get it
on the tongue- only way I can get
the remedy into my cats.
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